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Build Your Own Dusseldorf Stag Do

01. Add Some Activities

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A horse drawn carriage in Dusseldorf

Beer Carriage Tour

A beer bike with lots of men on

Beer Bike

A fat stripper

Roly Poly Stripper

A person in a red go kart speeding around a track

Indoor Karting

A man wearing a mask, with a paintball splat on his visor

Outdoor Paintball

Two silhouettes of men firing lasers

Laser Tag

A man wearing skiing goggles and some dry slopes behind him

Indoor Snowboarding

Some people in zorbs playing bubble football

Outdoor Bubble Football

Two men wrestling in a wrestling ring

Wrestling Training

Two people running into each other in inflated zorbs

Indoor Bubble Football

A man climbing on a climbing wall wearing red shorts

Indoor Climbing

A football on some grass

5 a Side Football

Some people riding a raft on white water rapids


Some young people wearing swimwear, partying on board a boat

Party Float Cruise

A man firing a golf ball off a high platform

Urban Golf

A smashed up car against a graffitied wall


A man in a kilt moving a stick

Highland Games

A key heading into a hole

Escape Rooms

A plate full of sausages and beer on the side

Brewery Tour with Dinner

A stripper on the bar trying to look sexy

Strip Dinner

02. Choose a Hotel

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Two single beds on a wooden floor, with a painting hanging on the wall above

Central Hotel 3 Star Rating

A white hotel room with red carpet and two beds

CVJM Dusseldorf Hotel and Tagung 3 Star Rating

The exterior of Hotel Am Spichernplatz

Hotel Am Spichernplatz 3 Star Rating

The exterior of Hotel Am Vogelsanger Weg

Hotel Am Vogelsanger Weg 3 Star Rating

The exterior of Hotel Doerenkamp

Hotel Doerenkamp 3 Star Rating

The exterior of Hotel Famosa

Hotel Famosa 3 Star Rating

A white painted room with two single beds and a TV mounted on the wall

Hotel Moon 3 Star Rating

A neutral room with two single beds and a stool in the background

Hotel Paris 3 Star Rating

A room with single beds, a desk and a TV mounted

Hotel Schumacher 3 Star Rating

A bunk bed in a clean and tidy room with a wooden floor

A&O Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof 2 Star Rating

03. Enter Your Details

LNOF Guide to Dusseldorf

For the guaranteed Rhine of your life, it’s all about Dusseldorf.

Dusseldorf is a university town and one of the largest centres of art and fashion in the world, so culture vultures, prick up your ears now. Despite being one of the economic centres of Germany, Dusseldorf folk know how to let their hair down. The densely populated city has almost 700,000 residents, who live by the ‘work hard, play harder’ ethic.

Germans have a bit of a bad rep for being serious and straight laced, which potentially drives people away from cities like Dusseldorf, and more towards the likes of Amsterdam, Riga and Prague, with their ‘looser’ attitude towards the rules. However, this German city has its fair share of wildness, kicked off by their beer loving culture (having a beer or two before work is 100% acceptable – we like this place), plentiful drinking hotspots and beautiful Bavarian women at every turn. You’ll spend most of your stag do in Dusseldorf in Alstadt, the major nightlife area in the city centre, bordered by the Rhine River on one side and by Konigsallee on the other; here you’ll find a high concentration of restaurants, bars and nightclubs (read: places that’ll top your steins up).

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Dusseldorf is amazing. The steins taste better than anywhere else in the world and don't even get me started on those frankfurters.

Garry HodgsonDirector

Dusseldorf’s social calendar is busier than the Kardashians’, with the biggest and boldest being, of course, the world renowned Oktoberfest. Beer tents big and small across the city will fill up with people getting more and more merry as the day draws on… we all know you want to join them. The annual Christmas Markets in Dusseldorf also attract thousands of people wanting to experience the postcard perfect log cabin-style stalls, selling everything from Christmas souvenirs, to edible Christmas goodies, to lashings of mulled wine. If you’re more of a thrill seeker, you can even join the approximately four million people who descend upon the city, to visit the Kirmes fun fair which runs for nine days in the summer.

Dusseldorf has three airports to its name; the biggest airport in the city is Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS), with connections to 175 destinations worldwide, which is probably where you’ll be flying to, but make sure to double check first, as the other two are much further out of the city centre. After all, long and gruelling transfers cut your drinking time, and that’s a stag do sin in our book.